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Fagnano

 

(also Cami), a lake of tectonic and glacial origin on the island of Tierra del Fuego. Most of Lake Fagnano, which occupies an area of 593 sq km, is in the Argentine part of Tierra del Fuego; its western extremity is in the Chilean part. The lake was named after the Italian explorer G. Fagnano, who discovered it in 1886.

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Ushuaia, Argentina: 'End of the World' - Commonly referred to as the 'End of the World,' guests will visit Ushuaia, a city perched on a steep hill on the southernmost tip of South America, and explore its lush scenery through excursions to the nearby Escondido and Fagnano Lakes or the Tierra del Fuego National Park, which was first inhabited by humans 10,000 years ago.
Patients with low health literacy are less able to advocate for themselves, appropriately ask questions of the clinician, and discuss other intervention options related to their care (Carlin, Yee, Fagnano, & Halterman, 2013).
Fagnano, "Breast cancer screening programmes across the WHO European region: differences among countries based on national income level," International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, vol.
Bava y Lopez (2006), con 973 tripletas de datos (d; dt; h) provenientes de 60 sitios de muestreo en la cuenca del Lago Fagnano en Argentina, ajustaron ecuaciones predictoras de d en funcion de las otras dos variables con el metodo de pasos sucesivos (stepwise) y seleccionaron el modelo siguiente: Log(d) = [[beta].sub.0] + [[beta].sub.1]Log(dt) + [[beta].sub.2]Log(dt/h).
OnTrac General Manager Matthew Fagnano said: The Phoenix facility is designed to be an expandable system in terms of the material handling, which will allow OnTrac to continue to service the needs of the West Valley and grow with the community.
El resto de la expedicion, comandada por Fagnano, se dirigio a San Nicolas de los Arroyos, donde fundaron un colegio, una parroquia y un oratorio, a la vez que organizaban las misiones en el campo (Hoz, 1965; Lenti, 2012a).
(LIL 18358); Lago Fagnano, I-1965, Martinez-Crovetto 56 (CTES).
La teoria toma nuevas fuerzas cuando el conde de Fagnano, hacia 1715, utiliza un metodo mas elaborado que precisa de la determinacion de soluciones a ciertas ecuaciones diferenciales ordinarias que se presentan en la solucion del problema de dividir la lemniscata en dos, tres y cinco partes iguales (Tamayo, 2005; Hernandez y Palacio, 2009; Pareja et al., 2010).
"(...) sorci che sorprendono ed acchiappano abilmente sull'orifizio delle tane loro orifizio" (Fagnano, 1887: 127).